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shouldn't be this warm. i mean, it is 85 degrees in new york city. when you head out the door right now. we just don't have morning lows like this. i can't remember seeing a map that had 86 still in st. louis. and it's widespread. it's still 87 in dallas. there's not many areas that have any resemblance of cooling down last night. in boston, temperatures are still at 82, raleigh, 80. if you're starting off in the low 80s before the sun is even up, as we go throughout the day, you know you have a really good shot of getting into the 100s. it's not just the heat, it's the humidity. i think the humidity is worse than the heat, because these dew points, this area of dark green is where there's high humidity. it's pretty much covering everywhere east of kansas city and east of dallas. the higher the number, the more moisture that is in the air. and when we're at 76 in new york, i think -- is new york the highest on the board now? it was washington, d.c., but right now the most humid spot in the whole country is right in new york city and that's why those areas, like d.c. and new york have th
county firefighters played tribute to the new york city firefighters. 343 firefighters died in the attack. fire officials say they are gone but not forgotten. >> the hurt does not go away. flush these heroes were on the front line. they were givers. >> the monumental case organizers paid district to cake -- district to -- tribute to cycle riders. >>> a soldier's courage goes beyond the battlefield to here at home. sergeant perkins sprang into action on a burning bus and pulling people to safety disappearing before anyone could get his name. abc tracked him down. and now we have his story. >> reporter: the scene was terrifying. this cell phone video taken moments after a tractor trailer crashed into a canadian tour bus heading for new york city. >> there was a couple of explosions and everything. four or five explosions. >> i'll be honest it was overwhelming. we were concerned on getting help there. >> reporter: as passengers tried to escape a hero to the rescue. jason perkins pulled over and rushed into the burning bus to pull people out. >> i went on the bus to make sure everybody had g
the knot in the state. more than 800 coupled scheduled to get married today in new york city alone. michelle franzen live in new york city. good morning to you. i see a big old line, which i suspect is right about what's going on today. >> reporter: that's right, alex. that's the entrance to the city clerk's office back here and that line snakes around the building, as you mentioned. nearly a thousand couples here in manhattan, over 400 already hearing cheers at exit doors. some of the first marriages taking place inside. today just as much about making history as it is about making it official. >> just open it. >> reporter: word came in the form of an e-mail for tiffany and meredith. >> you have been selected. >> that's it, we're done! >> i love you. >> reporter: the engaged couple are aplong the 823 who enters the new york city lottery and were chosen to marry on the first day same-sex marriage is legal in new york state. >> i'm just so happy. i mean, we wanted to get married in new york so badly, because this is where we lib, this is where we made our home, this is where we met.
. nbc's michelle franzen is live at the new york city clerk's office where the wedding business was brisk today. michelle? >> reporter: well, lester, those back-to-back ceremonies started early this morning an wrapped up some eight hours later. hundreds of same-sex couples saying their vows and making history along the way. >> on behalf of the state of new york, i pronounce you a married couple under the state of new york laws. >> reporter: making it official. michael and doug robinson were among the first couples married in new york city today. the first day same-sex marriage became law in new york state. together more than 25 years, they shared the moment with their two grown sons as their witnesses. >> and we're so happy that they can be together. >> reporter: new york city ushered in the biggest wave of newlyweds. officials say out of the more than 800 who applied to get married today, 659 picked up their licenses. in manhattan, meredith and tiffany waited five hours before making their debut as a married couple. >> this is the most amazing day for new york. it's just a cele
. this is deadly. the heat wave already claiming more than 20 lives, and here in new york city the hottest days are ahead. the eastern seaboard is a griddle. the temperature reached the mid-90s, but the humidity made it feel well over 100 degrees. >> we feel nasty, which is sweaty and nasty. >> reporter: up and down the northeast corridor, officials urge people to conserve energy, limiting their physical activity and electricity usage. >> extreme heat is a real danger. it takes a toll on people's health, and it can put a strain on our infrastructure. >> reporter: a problem here and in the midwest. >> i'm kevin tibbles in chicago on a sizzling day five with no relief in sight. with the heat index, it's 110 degrees. some 7,000 homes and businesses are without power because of the heat, sweating it out without ac, and today ac is golden. >> reporter: the nation's largest independent grid operator, pjm, manages electricity across some 13 states in the midwest and mid-atlantic. today demand climbed to 158,000 megawatts an hour, approaching a new record. with air conditioners blasting, come worries o
>>> thank you, new york city. thank you so much. give it up for the girls. >> we are back with more of "today" on a friday morning, 22nd day of july, 2011. cee lo green, electrifying the crowd here in rockefeller plaza. it didn't feel hot there for a while, but it is. we're back. i'm matt lauer along with ann curry. al roker and savannah guthrie, cee lo is on fire. >> we've got a lot here. >> it's going to be 100 degrees at least here in new york city. al has been talking about it all morning. >> really, the northeast and the upper great lakes, will see some relief after sunday. but our friends in the southeast, southwest are going to keep feeling this right on into next week. we have a check of the drought, 14 states across the country. so it is not good. >> all right. what else do we have coming up? >> you ask, we answered. every week we have some of the houses and price points around the country. we're going to hear some success stories, a little bit later on, it's my turn to have the victim. earlier this week i showed savannah how to grill. savannah taught natalie how to play th
news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 22nd, 2011. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. we begin tonight with breaking news from the normally placid nation of norway, where police now say at least 80 people were killed in a shooting spree at a youth camp for that country's ruling labour party. that horrific assault came as a car bomb shattered downtown oslo, the norwegian capital, killing at least seven more. police say they have a man in custody, the man responsible for both attacks. and in oslo tonight, here's abc's miguel marquez. >> reporter: it was a day of unspeakable horror and loss. people here still trying to make sense of it all. late tonight, the police said that 80 people at the summer camp w we killed. the police have not released the name of the man they arrested, but norwegian media say it's this man. it all started around 3:30 on a quiet friday afternoon in oslo, the capital of norway. explosions from a car bomb rocked several government buildings including the offices of the prime minister, killing at least seven pe
live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. >>> with weeks to go before the aulgt 2nd deadline, congressional leaders are heading back to the white house today for another meeting to try to reach a deal on raising the country's debt ceiling. after a 75-minute session with lawmakers last night, president obama is expected to hold a news conference this morning to discuss their deficit reduction efforts. this comes as the front page of "the wall street journal" reads, deficit negotiations hit reset. divisions on spending cuts and tax increases remain. the journal and others report that last night president obama urged leaders to strive for the largest package possible, over $4 trillion in spending cuts over ten years. but saturday night house speaker john boehner said he will seek a smaller deal and that a larger agreement will not work because of differences on tax revenue. speaking on "meet the press" yesterday, treasury secretary tim geithner said even a less comprehensive $2 trillion deal will require a lot of sacrifice. >> small deals are very tough, too. because it requires
american cities, including pittsburgh and new york. man: new york city went to philadelphia and said, "you know, we're thinking of developing a hudson river water supply -- what do you suggest we do?" and they said, "we've had "a lot of problems on the schuylkill. "don't go to the hudson river. go to the upland and work by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consum
and julie ban deras live in new york city. >> yeah, it is 92 degrees in new york city. far cry from the triple-digit temperatures that we experienced yesterday in new york city. but across the country in the midwest and northeast, oppressive and heat, air alerts in affect in new york city and heat advisories continue in north texas. we have video of the 22nd day in a row peop are enduring over 100 degrees temperatures. so far this summer, the area has had a total of 28 days in the 100 degrees mark. there is drought-like conditions. water levels are decreasing and causing water levels to simply disappear and the heat wave blamed for a hundred deaths in the country. an 18 year old landscaper died in kentucky and had a temperature of 110 . in chicago seven people doid of heat stress or heart stroke. but meteorologist with the national weather service saying cities like new york and chicago are experiencing the urban heat island affect. that means all of the concrete and black top warms up and keeps the city faster and stays hotter longer. overnight very little relief. temperatures didn
, with terry moran, sincynthia mcfadde and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 27th, 2011. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. celebrities and their children. used to be that having a kid could be a big detour in an entertainment career, but now, for some celebrity moms, it looks like exactly the opposite. their kids become part of their entertainment identities, even their brands. and ultimately help to create new success. this may look like child exploitation to some eyes, but tonight, abc's juju chang puts the question directly to the moms themselves for our series, "celebrity secrets." >> reporter: mommywood. it suspect just a lifetile. it's an industry. it seems for so many celebrity mothers, almost from the moment they give birth, the marketing begins. from j.lo's twins to the brangelina babies, magazines want the first shots, reportedly paying millions of dollars for first access. though brad and ang did give the money to charity. tori spelling posed for "people" with her son,n, and did not get paid. >> on >> even though they have a lot of help, they are still the one
mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 26th, 2011. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and tonight, we're going to bring you a major broadcast exclusive on a scandal that has rocked the globe. a hotel maid in new york city accuses a top banker, dominique strauss-kahn, of sexual assault. but the maid's story, her whole story, in her own worlds, has not come out until now. she has come forward, out of the shadows, to speak. and joining us now is abc's robin roberts who has the come peopling first television interview with the maid. for two months, she held her silence, she spoke with you. this is the voice that has been missing from this case, really, in public. what did you make of her? >> reporter: well, she wants a jury to find out what they make of her, not a reporter, not the public and she's concerned that that won't happen, and that's part of the reason she came forward, terry. she wanted to put a face to the story and as prosecutors are still waiting to proceed with the case, she's coming forward to give her side of the stoto in what really happened
on the simple fact that he was mayor of new york city during 9/11. the accusations that the fbi is now investigating involved hacking into phones of the families of 9/11 victims in new york city, if the investigation follows a similar pattern to what we've seen in london, it will include examining the possibility of criminal involvement of the police at the highest level. in this instance, the new york city police and the new york city police commissioner. the new york city police commissioner at the time in question was bernard kerik, giuliani's personal choice to be police commissioner. he certainly was no one else's choice to be police commissioner. there have been fewer new york city police commissioners than there have been presidents of the united states. it is the single most prestigious police appointment in the country. and rudy giuliani decided to give it to his former chauffeur, an utterly unqualified high school drop out. how corruptible was bernie kerik? he's spending tonight in the cumberland correctional institution in cumberland, maryland, serving his sentence for tax f
in dallas, 100 in kansas city, 99 in new york. the only relief up here in the northern plains. that's a look at your national forecast. now the weather outside your window. in chicago we may get a slight chance of a storm late in the day, but that will be after we hit 96. the heat wave continues for you. philadelphia, we could be near 100. memphis, easily near 100. oklahoma city, 103. it's getting old. yeah, this incredible heat wave, it will break a little bit, especially next week for many. >> that will be welcomed. bill, thanks so were. >>> well, wall street worries, an airline goz a shopping spree, and the end of a long, successful partnership. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, speaking of business, jennifer lopez takes care of hers as a wedding singer. >>> coming up, a pair of black eyes for the white sox, the mets end their run, and quite possibly the worst first pitch ever. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. five democratic congress women
. >>> new york city is warning swimmers and kayakers to stay out of the hudson river after a fire at a waste water treatment plant forced officials to pump raw sewage into the river. officials say it will take at least 48 hours of continuous dumping before there's any significant impact on the area's beaches. >>> and in montreal the rear-end of a car was hurled right up in the air after floodwaters blew open a manhole. parts of the city received nearly a foot of rain in less than an hour. >>> now here's an early look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. in the latest opinion in the hot debate over when breast cancer screening should start, the american college of obstetricians and gynecologists say doctors should offer all women in their 40s annual mammograms. the debate has raged since 2009 when a federal panel discouraged the screening until 50 saying the benefits was small outweighing the risks. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> early today health is brought to you by vagisil cream. >>> now here's an early look
to an already steaming new york city this saturday morning. 108 degrees today. ugh. i'm russ mitchell. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. it hits you like a brick wall out there. we're going to be joined by new york mayor bloomberg. he will be with us to discuss the first gay marriages to take place here in new york tomorrow. for him, it's personal. he'll be officiating two of his top aides who are getting married tomorrow. all three will be joining us coming up a little later in the program. >> we're going to begin with fire in a youth camp, killing at least 84 people. cbs news correspondent jeff glor is in oslo with the latest. jeff, good morning. >>> russ, good morning to you. norway woke to the full scope of this tragedy. today as the death toll rose dramatically overnight. many of the deaths as you mention at a campground 60 miles north of here. >> 600 kids on this small island. and police now confirm that of the 84 people killed, some are as young as 16. they say 32-year-old anders bravic was dressed as a police officer. he told police he tried to gather a large group, telling them it was a routi
rock in new york city, with a deadline looming just 11 days away now, president obama is expected to hold a town hall on the deficit in maryland today. this comes amid reports that the president and house speaker john boehner are advancing toward a last-minute deal. news that has some democratic leaders in an uproar. at issue? a plan that would reportedly save $3 trillion over the next decade through steep cuts in spending, but offers no specific tax increases. concerns about entitlement cuts is prompting many lawmakers to say the house's so-called cut, cap and balance plan would fail in the democratic-controlled senate. the majority leader there, harry reid, has moved up a scheduled vote on that legislation. it will happen today instead of tomorrow. but not before reid blasted the bill on the senate floor. >> i think this piece of legislation is about as weak and senseless as anything that has ever come on this senate floor. and i'm not going to waste the senate's time day after day on this piece of legislation which i think is an an as ma to what our country is all about. i feel
more from new york. >> nearly 1000 couples made history today in the city clerk offices in new york city, saying ido on -- i do on the first day gay marriage became legal in new york state. couples lined up and waited hours to be approved for a marriage license before making it officials. >> it feels great that new york is recognized in our relationship and we can be on the record as being a family. >> the first weddings in the state started just after midnight. at niagara falls, this couple has five children and they could not believe there moment has finally arrived. >> i keep thinking there should be something more i have to do to get here. i keep thinking -- it is not real. >> back in new york city, only a handful of protesters objected to the new law, outnumbered by supporters and couples determined to enjoy their day. >> the town clerk in grand view new york has resigned because of the state's new law. she resigned because she did not want to sign same-sex marriage licenses. >> it would be going against my conscience and against my faith. >> people in new york are not the only
of one of the clerk's office in new york city. this is manhattan where same-sex couples have been lining up for the next few hours, because today is the day where same-sex marriage couples can go forward in the state of new york. >>> also coming up this morning, it has been a controversy over conversion therapy and homosexuals. christian-based counseling now is under fire even from people within the evangelical community. that is in our "faces of faith." stay with us. aned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want them. it's the at&t network... and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] more people are leaving bmw, mercedes and lexus for audi than ever before. experience the summer of audi event and get over 130 channels of siriusxm satellite radio for 3 months at n
. it will be dryer today in areas like new york city and philadelphia and d.c. also, we're watching those showers and storms popping up late in the day around salt lake city. >>> well, as we mention the heat is going to expand. we'll have more details coming up. >> all right, bill. thank you for that. >>> markets fall on debt deal pressure. netflix is wall street's darling no more, and the lunch to buy that person that has just about everything else you can imagine. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, late-breaking allegations from across the pond that amy winehouse was a phone-hacking victim as well. >>> coming up, the mariners continue to sink, a giant visitor at the white house, and the wait is finally over. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." here are some of your top headlines this morning. a new report shows that amid the recession the wealth gap between whites and minorities has widened to unprecedented levels. an analysis by the pier research center finds the median net worth of whites is 20 times greater than tha
with the story from new york city. >> take you, connie. >> take you connie. >> to be my spouse. >> to be my spouse. >> reporter: nearly 1,000 couples made history today at city clerk offices in new york city, saying, "i sdodo" on the first day same-sex marriages became legal in the state i. now pronounce you married. >> reporter: all around the state, couples lined up and waited hours to get approved for a marriage license. >> for better or worse. >> for better or worse -- >> reporter: before making it official. >> oh, it feels great, finally new york's recognizing our relationship. >> absolutely. >> and we can be on the record assess being a family and get all the rights that we deserve. >> reporter: the first weddings in the state started just after midnight. at niagara fall, kitty and sheryl, who have five children and 12 grandchildren, couldn't believe their moment had finally arrived. >> i keep thinking -- i keep thinking there should be something more than, i have to do to get here. i keep thinking that -- it just -- it's not real. >> reporter: back in new york city, only a handful of
yellin and kate bolduan. >>> the new york city hotel maid who accused the former imf director of rape is going forward with her accusation. in interviews with media outlets including ""newsweek,"" the 32-year-old guinean gives her comments. they're still deciding whether to move ahead with the case or to drop the charges. now listen to this. >> i now pronounce you legally married. >> the first time those words were ever legal ly spoken to a couple in new york stay. the bride and bride tied the laws in new york state. the wedding bells have been ringing all day since then. this hour you're going to be a guest at a gay wedding in new york city. we're going to get you some live pictures. the official home of mayor michael bloomberg. in just a short while mayor michael bloomberg will officiate at the wedding of two of his male staffers and we'll bring that to you here live in the cnn newsroom. >>> new york city was so swamped for marriage licences they had to hold a lottery for 764 open slots. if all of those weddings happen today, it will be a one-day record for the city. our susan can d
to discontinue using electronic amplification systems in their ohm air sightseeing buses. in 2010, new york city enacted similar legislation and tour bus destinations around the world have been using headphones systems for years. also notably, recently in san francisco, there's a precedent, one of the major tour bus companies switched entirely over to headphones systems. as the legislation is currently written, it goes into effect in july of 2011, so obviously we have to make that amendment. and we will be meeting with representatives from different tour bus operators in the next few weeks to come up with some ideas of when a good sound and reasonable implementation timeline, what that would look like. new york city gave their companies a five-year window to implement the changes with percentages every year of how much the fleets had to be moved over to loud speakers. but in san francisco, because we don't have a permitting system like new york city does, we sort of -- we just have to choose a date and we can't phase it in. so last week, i had the opportunity to meet with a policy committee and
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